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Find the derivative of the function y, below. It may be to your advantage to simplify before differentiating. y = 8x(ln(x)+ln(2))4x+pi

so y = 8x ln(2x)  4x + π
dy/dx = 8x(1/x) + 8ln(2x)  4
= 8 + 8ln(2x) = 4
= 4 + 8ln(2x)
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